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Launch of the Centre for Sport and Recreation Research at Curtin today

Media release

C219/08

7 August 2008

10.15am for 10.30am start
Thursday 7 August 2008

Council Chamber – Chancellory, Building 100, Level 3
Curtin University of Technology Bentley Campus
The Centre for Sport and Recreation Research (CSRR) will be officially launched by the Hon John Kobelke, MLA, Minister for Police and Emergency Services; Community Safety; Water Resources; Sport and Recreation at 10.30am at Curtin University of Technology today.

The launch will be held in the Council Chamber in the Chancellory, Building 100, Level 3 at the University’s Bentley Campus.

The Centre is a partnership between the Western Australian Department of Sport and Recreation and Curtin.

The Centre will undertake research into some of the new challenges and opportunities facing sport and recreation in WA. These include responding to diverse agendas on climate change, water, participation by Indigenous people, urban planning, work and balance, rural drift, governance improvement, health reform, technology uptake and social inclusion.
Attention Editor/COS: For more information see Minister Kobelke’s media release Partnership delivers new centre for sport and recreation research available at  http://www.mediastatements.wa.gov.au

Modified: 7 August 2008